Keeping in mind the LAC activities of China, the Indian Army has now increased its deployment in the Arunachal Pradesh region along the borders with China. According to the report of a leading news agency, there has been a gradual increase in the deployment of the army. Along with this, the Indian Army has also improved the air firepower of its aviation wing.
According to the report, along with the deployment of armed attack helicopters Rudra and Dhruv, the Indian Army has also deployed Heran Eye drones. Whereas, Cheetah helicopters were already deployed on a large scale in the Aviation Wing. The Indian Army has also raised a squadron of indigenously developed advanced light helicopter Dhruv to counter the enemy. Dhruv is a double engine multi-role new generation helicopter of 5.5 tonne weight class.Along with this, the Indian Army has also prepared the first squadron of Rudra combat helicopters. Army officials have said that the pilot of the Air Wing will act like an archer who will attack the enemy and shoot them down from a distance. Apart from this, he told that the Aviation Wing of the Indian Army has recently joined the Israeli UAV Heran drones.
Army officials also said that the surveillance capability has also increased since the establishment of the Aviation Wing. Now the commanders can be fed on the ground by going up to a height of 30 thousand feet so that the army can be facilitated in carrying out operations on the ground. It was also informed that the Aviation Wing has been equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.